Insignificant is a 3D indie action-RPG where you come from a race of people three inches tall, trying to survive in a world made for humans. When you’re this tiny, even the smallest critters can become the most dangerous of adversaries.
Developed by a solo game designer, Insignificant is built around its story, burying mysterious secrets all around for those with the curiosity to seek them out.
As an action-RPG with an emphasis on the RPG, Insignificant has loads of EXP:
a wildly creative and personal story that GOES PLACES. You know that that means, right?
enemies with bullets from your magic finger guns, slice them with a sewing needle, poke them full of holes with a pushpin, and grab tons of creative loot you could only use as a tiny person!
with a variety of gameplay modes like the hardcore Survival mode, the casual No Combat mode, and the tactical No Grinding mode so you can play your way!
your repertoire of surprising powers as you play and slow down time, become invisible or take to the skies and fly!
unique, hand-crafted areas with absolutely no procedural generation at all! This is 100% artisanal, bespoke, keyboard-to-table game juice from designer Dan Rickmers.
A Tall Order!
A Small Armory!
And Who Could Forget The Little Mascots?
While Insignificant has not been officially rated, please note that it is free from explicit language, violent imagery and sexual content. In my own estimation, Insignificant is suitable for players of all ages.
Intel i5 Quad-Core
4 GB RAM
Intel HD 4000
3 GB available space